I was a NCO during my tour of duty, Iwas assigned to the Army Ranger and other special op units. I also had five MOS'S. I can tell you this, if you have woman assigned to infantry units bring a lot of body bags. I do not think a infantry unit with all or some woman in it would be effective. I would also like to say I have worked with a large percentage of woman in the past in other MOS skills and it worked out well, but the infantry is not the place for them.
The reasons I think are quite clear.
I think its a great idea as long its your daughter and not mine. Ive been in the infantry/combat arms occupation.
ABSOLUTELY--WOMEN WANT IT ALL THE WAY-PUT THEM ON THE FRONT LINES!!
MAYBE THEY WILL BE SATISFIED --AND LEARN THAT THEY CAN'T DO WHAT MEN DO--BUT GIVE THEM THEIR OWN PLATOON--DON'T MIX THEM UP WITH MEN BECAUSE THEY WILL PUT OUR MEN IN HARMS WAY; MEN JUST NATURALLY HELP WOMEN & THE WOMEN THAT PUSH THIS ISSUE DON'T DESERVE HELP.